Samsung will soon unveil its new shockproof phone proposal, already passing certifications and tests in different regions.
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It is well known that Samsung has a line of rugged or resistant devices ideal for hostile environments, such as construction sites or professional climbing. We are talking about the XCover series, which includes smartphones and tablets.
Samsung is about to add a new phone to its XCover family, the XCover 7, and its launch seems to be sooner rather than later, judging by the amount of information and photos that have recently leaked.
A rugged phone with a niche audience, but dedicated
After appearing in the Bluetooth SIG and GeekBench databases, the XCover 7 has been spotted again on the FCC and NBTC websites. Specifically, the NBTC listing reveals the model number, SM-G556B, and the name, Galaxy XCover 7.
Everything indicates that it is a model based on the Galaxy A55 and manufactured in South Korea, compatible with networks up to 5G, as is customary as of today.
According to the specifications, it features a 4,000 mAh battery with 25W slow fast charging, a MediaTek Dimensity 6100+ processor, and 6 GB of RAM. It will have IP68 certification and MIL-STD-810G certified shock resistance.
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